1-day workshop on Achieving Goals
Achieving Goals with innovative employee engagement
Aligning Individual Goals with Organizational Goals in an ever-demanding evolving workplace scenario
Date : 09 Feb 2019
Mode : Classroom Workshop
Time : 10 AM - 6 PM
Duration : 1-Day
A 1-day workshop on achieving long-term organisational goals through the alignment of short-term individual objectives in the business scenario. This innovative program aims to focus on employee engagement from a global business perspective to rope in satisfied employees who treat organizations as a priority to attain work-life goals.
Program Fees: 1,500 INR for the program
Optional Benefit: Total 4,000 INR package offered for 3 programs/workshops
Individual Goals in perspective: Introduction to Individual achievement through break-down of a long-term vision to short-term goals; with sorting done on priority basis
Organizational Goals Overview: Discussion of organizational goals in general and with reference to certain specific industries (case-study approach); the backdrop being the current global scenario with its changing perspectives amidst all this influx of digital technology
Goal Alignment: Realization of individual goals and organizational goals; separately and in culmination to attain work-life balance
Faculty for Program
Extensive experience in Learning & Development, Corporate Training & Coaching, Administration and Social Transformation with nearly 22 years of career success in building corporate & social leaders towards a conscious integral approach in leadership and wellness.
Impeccable record of delivering over 150 programmes on Leadership and Wellness to over 5000 persons with excellence in organizing Corporate Training, Behavioral Training, Leadership, Wellness, Design Thinking,, Soft Skills Training, Personality Development, Communication Skills, Leadership by Consciousness, Stress Management,Counselling, Meditation, Yoga across private organizations, B-schools, NGO and govt. organizations. Led social projects on education, health, rural development, youth and women.
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